Two of what are arguably the most useful lengths of rubber you will ever own.
Brooks-Range Backcountry Ski Straps are made of stretchable, durable, polyurethane with a hardened aluminum buckle. Need to tie something down, or hold two pieces together, or repair something? The only thing more useful than a pair of 12" Brooks-Range Backcountry Ski Straps would be a pair of 24" straps. That and a bit of Duct Tape should have you MacGyvering in style whenever you need it.
Perfect for tying skis to packs, replacing a broken tip-loop on climbing skins, strap a snow saw to a shovel shaft, and of course, assembling a Brooks-Range Rescue Sled.
True story: We know of a backcountry skier who broke his ski clean in two while in the backcountry. He used these straps to hold the broken halves together, enabling him to skin out. Take it from us, these straps just work.